Guesthouse on an Agroforestry Farm in Gaspesie CAN
Av Rooney, g4x 2z2 Douglastown, Qc
Our Guesthouse is located on the upper floor of the workshop where we process the forest products we collect. In “picking” season, you will have the perfect opportunity to become familiar with our activities, because, during this time, our workshop buzzes like our hives!
This building, self-built with wood from our land, is located a short distance from our home, our barn and our vegetable garden, in the heart of a forest of 25 hectares, itself contained within the Gaspesian forest.
Extremely comfortable, the Guesthouse can accommodate up to 4 people ( a maximum of 6 with a sofa bed).
Its wood floors made of Larch and Birch, its walls of Balsam Fir, Cedar and Spruce, and its decor of warm colors, all work together to create a warm and authentic atmosphere.
We designed it as the house where we would want to spend our vacation, so we are confident that you will enjoy it!
The guesthouse is 75m2 in size; equipped with a bedroom, kitchen, living room with wood stove, a bathroom and a semi-covered gallery, facing south.
Our Guesthouse offers all of the comforts for a stay of a week or more; alone, or with your family or friends.
Prices are for the guesthouse rental, not per person. You can be 1 to 6 people, for the same price.
Amenities and services
- Private Parking
- Final Cleaning
- Down Payment Requested
- Number Of Rooms
- Size In Square Meters
- Coffee Machine
- Water Boiler
- Own Key
- Tax deductible statement
- Own Toilet
Sights and transport nearby
In 2012, according to the National Geographic, Gaspésie was ranked in the top 10 winter adventures in North America.
The National Geographic magazine lists the Gaspésie as one of the top 20 worldwide destinations to visit in 2011. The only destination selected in Canada, the Gaspésie is among renowned destinations such as Italy, Japan, Greece, Alaska and Tunisia.
In the fall of 2009, the National Geographic Society designated the Gaspésie as the third most beautiful destination in the world for its sustainable development, after the Norwegian fjords and the Kootenay and Yoho national parks in British Columbia.
The same year, the National Geographic Society was ranking the Gaspésie as one of the 50 worldwide destinations to visit in a lifetime.